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Lois Leveen: IMG Forsooth Me Not: Shakespeare, Juliet, Her Nurse, and a Novel



There's this writer, William Shakespeare. Perhaps you've heard of him. He wrote this play, Romeo and Juliet. Maybe you've heard of it as well. It's... Continue »
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Bonner Biblische Beitrage #157: Der Untreue Gott Und Sein Treues Volk: Anklage Gottes Angesichts Unschuldigen Leidens Nach Psalm 44

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English summary: Human beings suffering innocently raise the question of why God allows fundamental evil. This leads to the presumption that God himself has his responsible part in the realization of suffering. The biblical texts of complaint and accusation open space and time for such inquiry and offer the possibility of the readers' own performance of lament. But is it really permitted to speak with God and to God in this way? Psalm 44 is Israel's cry of charge to his God as a prayer. In this psalm the literary concepts of the afflicted prophet, the substitutional suffering servant of God, as well as of Job disputing against his creator, come to their culmination. Israel himself is the righteous servant, who contributes to the divine glorification through his disease. The accusatory texts of the Bible take God seriously in his responsibility for the preservation of his orderly creation and require his healing presence. They are Israel's dramatic and theocentric testimony for God, they are theology. German text. German description: Menschen, die ohne erkennbare Schuld existenziell leiden, fragen nach dem Grund dafur: Wieso kann Gott das zulassen? Diese Frage fuhrt zu der radikalen Vermutung, dass Gott selbst einen ursachlichen Anteil an diesem Leid hat. Die Klage- und Anklagetexte der Bibel bieten Raum fur solche Fragen und erlauben einen eigenen spirituellen Nachvollzug. Aber darf man in solcher Weise mit Gott und zu Gott sprechen? Psalm 44 ist der Anklageschrei Israels an seinen Gott - als Gebet. Dieser Psalm ist die literarische Kulmination der Entwurfe des leidenden Propheten, des stellvertretend leidenden Gottesknechtes sowie das Rechten Ijobs mit seinem Gott. Israel selbst ist der gerechte Knecht, der mit seinem unschuldigen Leiden zu Gottes Verherrlichung beitragt. Die Anklagetexte der Bibel nehmen Gott in seiner Verantwortung fur die Erhaltung seiner guten Schopfung ernst und fordern seine heilende Anwesenheit ein. Sie sind dramatisches und theozentrisches Gotteszeugnis Israels, sie sind Theologie...

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ISBN:
9783899715613
Author:
Schonemann, Hubertus
Publisher:
V&r Unipress
Subject:
Christian Theology - General
Subject:
Biblical Criticism & Interpretation - General
Subject:
Theology
Series:
Bonner Biblische Beitrage
Series Volume:
157
Publication Date:
20091131
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
German
Pages:
545

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